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Eagle Rock Entertainment to Release Owl City – Live From Los Angeles on DVD and Blu-Ray February 7th 2012 Worldwide

Featuring Footage from the LA Stop on the All Things Bright and Beautiful World Tour

Owl City is gearing up to give the world an All Access pass into one of his headlining shows from the All Things Bright and Beautiful World Tour with the release of Owl City – Live from Los Angeles DVD.  This DVD will feature over 90 minutes of live performance, behind the scenes footage, exclusive interviews and more.

The full 21 track concert was filmed at Los Angeles’ Club Nokia this past July and is set to release worldwide on DVD and Blu-Ray on February 7th, 2012.  In addition to Owl City’s dynamic and captivating live performance, the physical release will include an exclusive interview and backstage footage.  Owl City – Live From Los Angeles will be available at all major DVD retailers.  The full live performance was released exclusively on iTunes on December 6th, 2011 on Eagle Rock Entertainment.  [MSRP $14.98 on iTunes, $14.98 for DVD, $19.98 for Blu-ray].

Owl City exploded onto the scene with the success of his major label debut Ocean Eyes.  Released by Universal Republic Records in July 2009, the album topped the Billboard Rock, Alternative, and Dance/Electronic charts and was certified platinum in the U.S.  It also spawned the quadruple platinum hit “Fireflies,” which hit #1 in 24 countries including twice in the U.S.  Owl City then went on his first headlining tour and sold out shows across 4 continents, scarcely taking a break until it was time to record a new album.  In the winter of 2010, the electro-pop aficionado went back into the basement where it all began and recorded his sophomore release All Things Bright and Beautiful, which was released on June 14th, 2011.  That same week, Owl City kicked off another worldwide headlining tour bringing with him some new songs as well as his exciting live show.  The 76 date trek took the band across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia and the Owl City – Live from Los Angeles DVD release comes as the All Things Bright and Beautiful World Tour draws to a close.

Owl City – Live from Los Angeles will give fans a rare chance to see into the world of Owl City, experiencing the excitement of his live show intimately with the mastermind behind the project: Adam Young.  Fans can view the trailer for the DVD at www.owlcitymusic.com now in anticipation of the release and preorder the DVD here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/owl-city-live-from-los-angeles/id479115367.

Eagle Rock Entertainment is the largest producer and distributor of music programming for DVD, Blu-Ray, TV, Audio and Digital Media in the world.  Eagle works directly alongside talent to produce top quality, High Definition and 3D programs, both concerts and documentaries, including The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, The Who, Queen, The Doors, Jeff Beck, U2, Peter Gabriel, Paul McCartney and Ozzy Osbourne. Eagle is a Grammy Award winning company and has received over 30 multi-platinum, over 50 platinum and over 90 gold discs, worldwide.  Eagle Rock Entertainment has offices in London, New York, Toronto, Paris and Hamburg.

For more information regarding this and other Eagle Rock Entertainment releases, contact Carol Kaye at Carol@Kayosproductions.com. Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/KayosProductionsInc.

For more information on Owl City please contact Stunt Company:

Sue Marcus – 718-222-8963 or Sue@stuntcompany.com

Alexandra Comito – 718-222-1746 or Alexandra@stuntcompany.com

Mike Jones – 718-222-1746 or mj@stuntcompany.com

Track Listing:

1) The Real World

2) Cave In

3) Hello Seattle

4) Angels

5) Swimming In Miami

6) Umbrella Beach

7) I’ll Meet You There

8) Plant Life

9) Setting Sail

10) The Bird And The Worm

11) Lonely Lullaby

12) Fireflies

13) Dreams Don’t Turn To Dust

14) Kamikaze

15) Meteor Shower

16) Galaxies

17) Alligator Sky

18) Deer In The Headlights

19) Yacht Club

20) How I Became The Sea

21) If My Heart Was A House

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